Karelia: Most Employee-Friendly Company in Greece

Greek tobacco company Karelia, in a time when the Greek economic recession deepened, gave its employees bonuses of up to 2.5 million euros, while the...

40th Anniversary of the Heroic Uprising

Forty years have passed since the uprising that took place on the 17th of November 1973 in the Polytechnic School of Athens, Greece. It...

AUEB Among Top Business Schools in the World

The Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) in Athens, Greece, was listed among the top business schools in the world according to Eduniversal...

Greek Law Students Win World Moot Court

Students from the Athens Law School have recently received one more distinction, this time in the 6th International Roman Law Moot Court Competition. Students...

Ikonomou Speaks at Cyprus Multi-Lingualism Conference

Ioannis Ikonomou, a translator for the European Commission and the most multi-lingual person in the European Union, was one of the speakers at the...

Draft Bill in the Works for Creation of Research Centers

The Ministry of Education in Greece is currently working on a new draft bill regarding the creation of research centers in all Greek regions. The...

Greek Students’ Sex Life Thriving

According to a scientific research that was carried out at the University of Crete among the students of the Nursing Department, there has been...

Cypriot Students Win Imagine Cup Again

For the third straight year,  engineering students from the University of Cyprus have won the The Multinational Software Corporation Microsoft, a premier student technology...

Northern Greece: Schools Closed Due to Cold & No Heating

Local authorities of Naoussa and Florina, decided to postpone the function of all school units in these two municipalities. And here comes the reason: the...

Schoolchildren In Greece Going Hungry

The Flemish newspaper De Morgen said in a story under the headline  The Reality Greek Schools Have to Face: Pupils Search For Food in...

Greek Universities Continue Striking

The administrative staff of eight Greek Universities in its fifth week of striking. They are protesting against the government’s decision to cut jobs as...

Athens University Greek Law Students to Lose Semester

After several months of consecutive striking, a majority of officials at the Universtiy of Athens's law school have finally agreed upon a decision that...

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